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What is there to say about the Victoria & Albert Museum, the world's largest museum of design and decorative arts, which hasn't already been said by historians, artists, and the public since its... Read More
What is there to say about the Victoria & Albert Museum, the world's largest museum of design and decorative arts, which hasn't already been said by historians, artists, and the public since its opening in 1852? It's a breathtaking triumph of curation and culture, and with free Friday Lates (bringing in DJs and bartenders for late-night entertainment on the last Friday of each month) it has kept far away from the ever-present danger of gallery-stuffiness. In 2015 the V&A housed 'Disobedient Objects', a gut-wrenching display of the shed objects and artifacts of protest movements in the last century. The V&A has come a long was since its eponymously Victorian past, and free entry to its permanent collections makes it truly unmissable.
- Sat-Thu: 10am-5:45pm
- Fri: 10am-10pm
- Museum Free
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- Family-Friendly Museums: "The Victoria and Albert museum has done a lot to attract children and adults in recent years and is much more interactive and fun now."
- Best for Family-Friendly Museums Because: The V and A is a great collection of art, interiors and costume and for those children that love that, this will appeal.